Health Building Notes give “best practice” guidance on the design and planning of new healthcare buildings and on the adaptation of existing facilities. This resource is to assist healthcare planners, architects, and teams involved in the design and equipping of healthcare facilities.
Gives general design guidance for healthcare buildings. It provides an overall picture of the design issues and future-proofing requirements that need to be addressed in a healthcare capital project. Because of its general nature, its content will be familiar to experienced architects and healthcare planners.Visit NHS Site
A building’s design can help infection prevention and control (IPC) by providing an environment that is easy to clean and maintain. This document highlights the major IPC issues and risks to address to achieve designed-in IPC.Visit NHS Site
HBN 00-10 Part C contains the performance requirements for sanitaryware and panel assemblies used in healthcare facilities. It supersedes HTM 64.Visit NHS Site
Guidance on the design and layout of sanitary spaces – bathrooms, shower rooms, changing areas and toilets – in healthcare settings.Visit NHS Site
Guidance on the design and layout of generic clinical and clinical support spaces like bedrooms, consulting rooms and offices.Visit NHS Site
This document outlines the policy and performance requirements for flooring used in healthcare facilities. It supersedes Health Technical Memorandum (HTM) 61.Visit NHS Site
This document outlines the policy and performance requirements for walls and ceilings used in healthcare facilities. It supersedes HTM 56 and 60.Visit NHS Site
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